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The New Bodhiyoga logo

We recently commissioned a Logo for Bodhiyoga.

Clearly we wanted an image that embodies what we represent and is both pleasing and striking to the eye which will be easily identified as Bodhiyoga.

The Logo has three elements.

Saija Taivalmäki qualifies as Bodhiyoga 200 hour teacher

Saija Taivalmäki from Finland who did our September 2013 200 hours Bodhiyoga teacher training gets her certificate at the Valencia Buddhist Centre (upon completing the required course work). Congratulations.....

Saija Taivalmäki

Report on the 2nd Edition of the 200 hour teacher training in La Artiga, Spain


From the 8th to 29th September 2013, Dharmacharis Sadhita and Sudaka, members of the Triratna Buddhist Order, led the 2nd edition of 200 hour Bodhiyoga IYN (Indepedent Yoga Network) registered Yoga Teacher Training.

We just got a write up in the Online Magazine Red. Rated one of the six best yoga retreats in Spain. Follow the link below.

No.3 in a series on Bodhiyoga Concepts

krishna-pose-photo-by-Sadhita-all rights reservedBlog for July. - By Sadhita. All photos by Sadhita. All rights reserved.

In the last blog from Bodhiyoga we discussed in outline some of the main ideas that make up those which Bodhiyoga present in their courses as its main body of teaching i.e. awareness teaching based in the Buddhist tradition.

Bodhiyoga blog series: part 2

In the first Blog about Bodhiyoga we explain in outline the basic concept which is Bodhiyoga.

This can be found on the website:

In this blog we want to continue the exploration of the ideas behind Bodhiyoga so as to clarify what it is we are aiming at as teachers and students.

the girlsIn an nutshell we can describe the process of practice as an attempt to bring about and sustain more and more positivity and growth in our lives. This means more specifically, developing self awareness through practicing meditation, asana, relaxation and study to bring about deeper levels of self awareness so that we can learn to break free of habitually negative states of behaviour. On the positive side, we draw out deeper levels of creative responsiveness based in ethical behaviour and non-harm. We are the heirs of our states of mind and it is us that is responsible for our states of happiness or suffering, delusion or wisdom. Although we live in a world and that world influences us, we are non-the-less the ones that have to choose how we respond to that stimulus.


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